2020 election

GEORGIA SENATE RUNOFF RESOURCES

To support campuses in Georgia as they mobilize students for the 2020 Georgia Senate Runoff, we hosted a webinar to overview available
support, resources, and funding. 

THIS WILL BE AN ELECTION LIKE NO OTHER.
HERE ARE SOME RESOURCES TO HELP YOU SUCCESSFULLY NAVIGATE IT.

Post-election Resources

How might we prepare to support campus stakeholders in processing and responding to a tumultuous post-election season? This is the question that over one hundred stakeholders, including Ask Every Student campuses, in the student voting space came together to ideate solutions around. These resources include a Post-Election Campus Resource and Response Guide that directly synthesizes the ideas from these stakeholders, shareable graphics and webpage, and a recording of the Post-Election Resource Webinar. 

 

Prepare to Support Student Voters in the Event of a Campus Closure

Each of our vote plans may end up being a little different this year than in the past. With campus operations being in flux this Election season, it’s important to provide students with quick, accurate information about their voting options.

The materials included on this page can help you ensure that your students are prepared in advance to quickly adapt their voting plans based on mid-semester campus closures.

  • Preparing to Support Student Voters in the Event of a Campus Closure Checklist

  • Centralizing your information in one accessible digital hub: Website Sample, Template and Instructional Guide

  • Student Voter Move-Out Sheets (Coming 9/23/20)

Voting in person walkthrough

2020 voter registration scenarios

These guides were created with the Fair Elections Center’s Campus Vote Project to provide guidance to students regarding where to register to vote this year. The information covered is not meant to be comprehensive, as residency laws and other nuances vary state to state.

vote by mail walkthrough